4credit(s) An introductory course with an emphasis on the architectural responses to people’s basic needs for shelter. At the fundamental level, these needs, physical, psychological, sensual, intellectual, cultural, and aesthetic are met through physical design. Emphasis is placed on problem solving through studio activity and relating architectural theory and criticism to the studio. Two lecture hours, six lab hours. Prerequisite(s): AET 110 or permission of instructor or chair. Laboratory fee.